“Ridley Howard: Fields and Stripes”
Throughout his young career, Ridley Howard (SMFA alumnus, MFA 1999) has explored how 21st-century painting might capture intense yet veiled emotion. “Ridley Howard: Fields and Stripes,” his first solo museum exhibition, showcases his delicately composed portraits, landscapes and abstractions that recall the cool psychology of paintings by Edward Hopper or Ed Ruscha; yet their soft-edged finish implies a painterly romanticism is at the core of his work.
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